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the windy city. >> chicago. >> bing, bing, bing. >> you know what the giveaway should have been? snow. >> illinois the only state where it snows. >> and it's coming again i hear. >> where is the other one? >> sort of the mob, '20s al capone stuff. dolly, probably the best real estate agent in the united states. if i had a million bucks, which should i buy? >> which would you buy? >> painted lady. >> it's twice the square footage. >> it's tough. twice the square footage. >> i feel new haven is on the come back. >> agreed. it's not so far from new york. not so far from the metropolitan city. but i say the winner is chicago. >> you do? >> because it's so well done? >> everything in that area is a nice high-end home. ex home to michael jordan. there are a lot of players in that area. so it's really -- >> 20-minute community to downtown chicago versus 90 in manhattan. >> plus, the house is beautiful. i would even buy the furniture. and to me it's all about buying the house that's going to increase in value the quickest. and i think that's definitely chicago. >> dolly, you said something re
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